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Watch: Obama Discusses Fatherhood with NBC's Jenna Bush Hager

In an interview that aired on Thursday's broadcast of NBC's "Today," President Barack Obama discussed fatherhood with the daughter of his predecessor, former President George W. Bush.

Obama, whose father absent during his youth, said he had made a decision early on in his adulthood to make it a priority to be there for his daughters Sasha and Malia Obama.

"I made a decision in young adulthood that it was going to be important for me to make sure that I was there for my kids," Obama said. "I've tried to make sure that i didn't miss parent-teacher conferences, that I didn't miss the ballet recitals or the soccer games. I tried to be disciplined about if I'm in town, being home for dinner every single night. And I think it's made a difference you know the one thing the girls know about me is I love them to death."
Jun 12, 2014 7:29 AM PT

Watch: Seth Meyers Takes Cheap Shot at Sarah Palin

During the opening moments of his monologue during his Tuesday late-night show on NBC, host Seth Meyers went to the left's well of mocking former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) for laughs.

Meyers took aim at Palin for using former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's own words from her memoir to point out that Clinton was the target of the Democratic Party's "war on women."

"Not sure what to think about this -- Sarah Palin is using an excerpt from Hillary Clinton's new book to claim that Democrats started a war on women," Meyers said. "That shocking story again. Sarah Palin read a book. She read a book."
Jun 11, 2014 6:59 AM PT

Watch: Psy, Snoop Dogg, Jimmy Kimmel Karaoke

During Jimmy Kimmel's post-NBA championship game special that aired on ABC on Sunday, Kimmel aired a video which he, Psy and Snoop Dogg surprised patrons at a karaoke bar and sang for them... Jun 9, 2014 8:54 AM PT

James Delingpole Touts Breitbart London on Dennis Miller's Radio Show

On Dennis Miller’s radio show on Friday, Breitbart London editor James Delingpole plugged his operation and the success it has seen, which he attributed to filling a void that caters to a right-of-center audience.

“I think the reason that we are doing so well is that there are so few media outlets which are genuinely speaking up for the kind of libertarian right,” Delingpole said. “Everyone is moving to the squishy center or even further left. Everyone wants to be HuffPo, Slate or Salon. And no one wants to speak to the probably 50 percent of the population who don’t believe in all of that liberal drivel.”
May 30, 2014 2:03 PM PT

Elijah Cummings Attacks Issa for Going Rogue

On Tuesday's "Politics Nation" on MSNBC, Rep. Elijah Cummings lashed out at his House Oversight Committee collegue, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA). According to Cummings, Issa had gone rogue in his duty as committee chairman.

Partial transcript as follows:

REV. AL SHARPTON, host "Politics Nation": Joining me now is Congressman Elijah Cummings, Democrat -- ranking Democrat at that, on the new Benghazi Select Committee. Nobody has fought the GOP's scandal antics more than he has. Thank you for being here tonight, congressman.

CUMMINGS: Good to be with you, reverend.

SHARPTON: Didn't Speaker Boehner say there would be just one Benghazi investigation? I mean, is Darrell Issa going rogue?

CUMMINGS: I think he is going rogue, reverend. That's exactly right. When the Select Committee was established, Speaker Boehner said that everything would come under that select committee with regard to Benghazi. Chairman Issa decided that he wanted to issue a subpoena, subpoena, by the way, to Sen. [John] Kerry basically I think he wants to question them about why he isn't getting documents as fast as he'd like. But really, reverend, all of that information should now be turned over to the Select Committee. but, again, I actually believe that Chairman Issa is out of control, I really believe that.

SHARPTON: Yeah, because when the secretary of state announced that they will -- he will testify before Chairman Issa's committee next month, the State Department says, and I'm quoting, "This would remove any need for the secretary to appear before the Select Committee to answer additional questions." Now, in effect, Issa, isn't he undermining fellow Republicans and the Select Committee by doing this?

CUMMINGS: No doubt about it. Basically, what he's done is the Select Committee may very well have wanted to hear from Secretary Kerry, but now Issa will try -- will bring him in because the secretary has already agreed to come in, he's going to come in June, and he will then give his testimony. But keep in mind if Issa really wanted to hear about some records that he hadn't gotten, it would have been far more effective to bring in the custodian of records or somebody who was actually in charge of the records. keep in mind, when Benghazi took place, Secretary Kerry was not even in --

SHARPTON: Right.

CUMMINGS: So actually it makes no sense. but also keep in mind, reverend, that this is really very, very political. These folks are going around, that is the Republicans, raising money with regard to the death of these four members of the diplomatic core. That to me is a very harsh thing to do. But they see nothing wrong with it. Speaker Boehner sees nothing wrong with it. To his credit, the chairman of the Select Committee is saying, you know what, I'm not going to raise any money like this. The Democrats, all Democrats have made it clear that they're not going to do it. certainly the Democrats on the Select Committee are not going to do it. But yet still the Republicans are going around raising money, having all kinds of commercials, and using the deaths of our diplomatic corps to raise money. Reverend, I think it's despicable.

SHARPTON: Speaking of Gowdy, who is the GOP chair of this Select Committee, he had to pack pedal after referring to the investigation, as a trial. Listen to this.

[CLIPS]

SHARPTON: Did the congressman in effect give away what's going on here that this is really about putting the administration on trial and not trying to find out what's happening?

CUMMINGS: I think it was his world, but everybody knows Rep. Gowdy, who I have a lot of respect for, is an outstanding prosecutor, and he has shown that skill within our committee. But I do believe that there is a ting of what Issa has done in the past because Chairman Gowdy has made some statements like Chairman Issa where you make a statement that's sort of inflammatory that makes the headlines, but then you go in search of the facts and usually the facts aren't eve therein. One of the things I've asked Chairman Gowdy to do is let's figure out what we can agree on since we already have eight investigations that are thing and figure out what the complete, and then limit this scope of what we are looking for is so that we're not looking for basically on a fishing expedition, rev. you have to limit it and say this is what we're looking for. Hopefully we'll have those answers by Thursday.

SHARPTON: Thank you so much for your time tonight.
May 28, 2014 1:09 PM PT

Ingraham: It Takes 'Cojones' for Cantor to Claim He's Against Amnesty

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s recent claim that he is anti-amnesty received skepticism and criticism on Laura Ingraham's radio show on Wednesday.

Ingraham said, “I don’t know what you’re getting” out of Cantor’s leadership, and she argued Cantor had “cojones” and “gusto” to claim that he was against amnesty after issuing multiple statements in support of it.

She added there was one certainty about Cantor: “He’s all in for amnesty.” Ingraham reacted to a recent mailer sent by Cantor claiming he was fighting President Obama and Senator Harry Reid to prevent amnesty for illegal immigrants by saying “now he’s claiming he’s something he’s not.” Ingraham concluded that “none of you have” seen Cantor “give great speeches against amnesty.”

Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
May 28, 2014 9:11 AM PT

Rapper 50 Cent Throws Terrible Opening Pitch

Prior to Tuesday's match-up between the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Mets, rapper 50 Cent threw out the ceremonial first pitch, which resembled more of a pick-off throw to first base than a pitch. MLB.com interviewed 50 Cent about his mindset and preparation shortly before that errant pitch... May 27, 2014 10:59 PM PT

Gary Sinise Tells the Story of Quadruple Amputee John Peck

On Sunday night’s PBS telecast of the annual National Memorial Day concert from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, actor Gary Sinise recognized the struggles of Marine Sgt. John Peck, who had suffered injuries from two IED explosions, one in Iraq then another in Afghanistan.

Peck had sustained a head injury from the IED in Iraq, but had rallied to recover and return to service. However, the injuries he would sustain from the IED in Afghanistan in May 2010 would be much more difficult to recover from. It took Peck two months to recover from a medically induced coma, in which he had his arms and legs amputated.

Sinise told his story of the struggles since that return and the obstacles Peck had to overcome to try to get his life back to some degree of normalcy.
May 25, 2014 8:44 PM PT

Watch: Gerald McRaney Tells Story of WWII Vets, D-Day Ranger Leonard Lomell

During Sunday night’s PBS telecast of the annual National Memorial Day concert from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, television star Gerald McRaney told the story of World War II veterans, highlighting one in particular – the heroic actions of former United States Army Ranger Leonard G. “Bud” Lomell.

Lomell, a 24-year-old staff sergeant and platoon leader with the Army’s 2nd Ranger Battalion, trained to scale the 100-foot-high cliffs of Pointe du Hoc on the coast of Normandy in northern France during the D-Day invasion and disable the German Army’s five 155-millimeter guns, which would save countless lives.
May 25, 2014 8:23 PM PT

'Red Eye' Female Guests React to NFL Playoff Discussion

On Thursday night's broadcast of Fox News Channel's "Red Eye," host Greg Gutfeld and show regular Andy Levy engaged in a participated in a part-discussion, part-skit about the hypothetical expansion of the National Football League's playoff.

As Levy and Gutfeld weighed the pros and cons of such an expansion, guests Imogen Lloyd Webber and Bonnie McFarlane and show regular Joanne Nosuchinsky pretended to fill the stereotypical roles of women and acted bored of the conversation.
May 23, 2014 2:44 PM PT

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